With the Sinai Bible, Christian history is traced back as far as it can conceivably go, but it was still written, at best, more than 350 years after the time the Vatican says Jesus Christ walked the sands of Palestine. The ‘Catholic Encyclopedia’ agrees to this extraordinary late composition of the world’s oldest Bible:
I had not heard of this bible previously but that doesn't mean anything because I am not a student of the bible.There is a link to the full bible provided but it is in Greek and no translation(to English Is provided)
’The earliest of the extant manuscripts [relating to Christianity], it is true, do not date back beyond the middle of the fourth century AD’.
(‘Catholic Encyclopedia’, 1909, ‘Gospels’)
Is this common knowledge or is it something that is contested This is the link to the bible but as I said it is in Greek without translation. www.codexsinaiticus.org
The link to the article is http://www.vatileaks...s_oldest_Bible/